bassday backfire popper

Bassday Backfire popper

BASSDAY makes some of the best Japanese lures available anywhere.

The company’s expertise in the surface lure market is second to none, with the Sugapen one of the deadliest and best surface lures available. The newest creation, the Backfire, was originally designed for black porgy fish on Lake Hamana in Shizuoka, Japan, but it has proven itself in local conditions already.

And like the Sugapen, it is sure to be a favourite for keen anglers. The Backfire is 65mm long and through-wired, making it strong and dependable.
It weighs 7.5g and casts exceptionally for a small lure. The large cupped face is capable of both dramatic pops and small subtle, ripple-inducing pops when using a slow and light touch.

The slim profile produces little wind resistance. The action is that of a classic popper and will be excellent for bass, bream and other surface feeders. It works best with a pop, pop, pause technique.

The new model comes in eight colours, with all but one designed exclusively for Australia.
Visit bassday.com.au or facebook.com/BassdayAus for more information.

BASSDAY makes some of the best Japanese lures available anywhere. The company’s expertise in the surface lure market is second to none, with the Sugapen one of the deadliest and best surface lures available. The newest creation, the Backfire, was originally designed for black porgy fish on Lake Hamana in Shizuoka, Japan, but it has proven itself in local conditions already. nd like the Sugapen, it is sure to be a favourite for keen anglers. The Backfire is 65mm long and through-wired, making it strong and dependable.  It weighs 7.5g and casts exceptionally for a small lure. The large cupped face is capable of both dramatic pops and small subtle, ripple-inducing pops when using a slow and light touch.

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